Social Media Philosophers

If you have a Facebook or Twitter social networking account, I bet you can identify the friends on your “timeline” or “news feed” that have suddenly become relationship experts, philosophers, theologians, etc. I am really getting tired of it. I can understand tweeting or posting something that touched you at the moment, an encouraging scripture or quote that moved you for example. But when people make it a daily routine to “preach” on various subjects so to speak, it really becomes irritating, especially if that same person also tweets about hoes, what they eat, and #twitterafterdark. Really? To these relationship experts, philosophers, and theologians: practice what you preach.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. All men and women ARE NOT THE SAME! The way these men tweet about women you would think they’ve had 10 relationships that all turned out bad. My goodness. Why is it your aim to constantly criticize women? What is wrong with you?

Further, to these people that say that single people have no right to give relationship advice, please sit down somewhere. There are people in relationships that are in them for all the wrong reasons just for the sake of being in a relationship. You mean to tell me that because I am not in a relationship my advice is null and void, and because you are currently in one, what you say is golden? God forbid something happens and you become single. Then what? Everything you thought you knew means nothing now right?

Ladies and Gentlemen, please, just because it sounds good that does not mean it is worthy of a RT or like. Don’t be so easily influenced by what your “friends” or “followers” say. Learn to think for yourself and come to your own conclusions about a matter.

90% of what people tweet or post is not their own. People have the tendency to post a stat or tweet something that has been said before and instead of adding quotes and/or who actually said it, they want others to think they came up with an intelligent tweet themselves. #GTHeckOH #Citeyoursources

Am I saying that my dear friends or followers can’t come up with an intelligent tweet on their own? No, not at all; all I am saying is that when you don’t come up with something on your own don’t try to take credit for it.

I could go on all day about this but I won’t. To each her own. We all have the wonderful capability to “mute” or “hide” certain people so they won’t know you are no longer interested in what they have to say. 🙂

Have a wonderful week!